Thursday, March 04, 1999

Schwegmann leads Brossart past Clark

        Sophomore Katie Schwegmann scored 10 first quarter points to lead Bishop Brossart to a 18-9 lead en route to a 50-44 victory over George Rogers Clark in a 10th region tournament game at Bourbon County. The Mustangs never trailed after the first quarter to claim their 23rd straight victory.

        Brossart managed the victory after shooting just 29 percent from the field and 19 percent in the second half.

        “We feel pretty fortunate to walk out with the win after shooting so poorly,” Brossart coach Ray Kues said.

        Katie Schwegmann helped Brossart seal the outcome by sinking seven-of-eight free throws in the closing minutes.

        Bishop Brossart advances to the regional semifinals Monday, March 8th at Bourbon County.

        GEORGE ROGERS CLARK (44) — Arnett 4 1 10, Gray 2 0 4, Halterman 3 0 6, Strode 4 0 9, Keller 1 2 4, Hubbard 3 0 8, Adams 1 0 3. Totals: 18 3 44.

        BISHOP BROSSART (50) — Schwegmann 6 7 22, Geiman 2 1 6, Kopp 3 0 6, Wright 3 5 11, Clift 2 0 5. Totals: 16 13 50.

        George Rogers Clark ....... 9   6  11  18—44

        Bishop Brossart ....... 18  11   6  15—50

        Three-point field goals: GRC—Arnett, Strode, Hubbard 2, Adams. BB—Schwegmann 3, Geiman, Clift. Records: BB 29-1, GRC 9-18.


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